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drivers to drive cautiously and pedestrians when you're crossing the street to use caution. >> three deadly accidents involving people crossing the street in just two days. last night, a woman was killed crossing near monterey road and san jose avenue, when police say she was hit by a vehicle. the driver who hit her stayed and cooperated with investigators. >> the pedestrian appeared to be transient and was crossing the road in between the intersections. the driver of the vehicle did say she was wearing all dark clothing which made it very difficult to see her crossing the street. >> reporter: sunday night, a 15- year-old girl was killed near highland and white road after she was hit by a vehicle. san jose police say in both cases, the two victims were crossing the street, where they weren't supposed to. >> but that wasn't the case for little elijah. >> the little kid just died on the side of the road just crossing the street. it is wrong. >> reporter: the 3-year-old was in a stroller and in a cross walk. when he and two others were hit near washington elementary school. the little b
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
with us. being with us. i'm joie chen. i'm joie chen. as we begin this holiday most as we begin this holiday most closely associated with closely associated with celebration, with abundance and celebration, with abundance and even excess, it might be a even excess, it might be a little unfair of us to ask you little unfair of us to ask you to stop and consider the worry to stop and consider the worry and the anxiety of many american and the anxiety of many american families on the periphery of the families on the periphery of the economic safety net. economic safety net. but it is an important moment we but it is an important moment we believe to think about the believe to think about the growing need of the many growing need of the many americans who are faced every americans who are faced every day with a choice between paying day with a choice between paying basic bills or feeding their basic bills or feeding their families. families. what do you do when you can't what do you do when you can't fill the fridge, when you're not fill the fridge, when you're not sure how you feed
cleared the way for the merger between american airlines and u.s. airways. the merger will take place december 9th. >>> spying controversy. according to the huffington post, ral views. >>> another record breaking day, the dow jones industrial average closed above 16,000, encouraged by a drop in unemployment claimed. the s&p 500 also closed at an all time high. those are the headlines. america tonight is up next in joorlsz analjazeera america andt the news all the time at aljazeera.com. >> on america tonight: food for thought. how much of middle class america teeters just one step away from poverty? and the pain of making families do without. >> i'm not lazy, i work every day. and to apply for food stamps was -- was a new low for me. >> also tonight, on the move. slowly. as wings and wheels slog towards grandma's we look towards what's ahead for that long trip home. and what's not to love? ball of starch, wrapped in dough and fried. new york's beloved knish, and what's on the menu. >> we could never have imagined the outcry for when they're going to be back. >> good evening, thanks fo
>>> sealing the deal the u.s. and afghanistan reach a tentative agreement that will keep thousand of american troops there after 2014. now hamid karzai must sell the idea to tribal leaders. >> trey raydull takes a leave of absence after pleading guilty to drug possession. >> and rising from the ashes, a volcanic eruption in japan creates an island in the pacific ring of fire. >> good morning and welcome to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. the future of american troops in afghanistan is being decided by a group of afghan tribal leaders. afghan and american leaders said yes to a security deal and today afghan president hamid karzai is pushing a council to accept it. the decision now lies with the loya jirga. >> translation: you are here representing the afghan nation. i was under pressure not to organise the loya jirga. when it comes to issues of national significance it is important to hold the jirgas. >> up to 15,000 troops could remain in the region if the security pact is signed, including 8,000-12,000 american troops. >> it is entirely train, equip and assist - there is no
're real good for joining us happy thanksgiving to you and your family "around the world" starts right now. >>> winds were strong, and new york, it has to be said, they couldn't stop the balloons from flying in the macy's day parade. a live report coming up. >> thank goodness for that. >>> despite it being a family day across the country with many people off from work traditionally, some retailers, they're staying open despite 9 out of 10 americans saying they're not going to shop on thanksgiving. the retail store backlash, that's coming up. >> if you haven't guess tshgd it's thanksgiving. >> it is? >> it is. i'm hala gorani. >> i'm michael holms. >> a new thanksgiving tradition, that is shopping. more and more stores are open today, blurring the line between turkey day and black friday and hoping to get a jump start on the shopping season. >> macy's broke a 155-year tradition by staying closed on the holiday. but shopping might have a new thanksgiving ritual. most americans don't want any part of it. >> here's the polling numbers. recent university of connecticut poll shows, 93% of respon
that we have ourselves on which we base our budget and it just confirms the need for us to push forward some of these reforms so we can get bigger and better growth figures. of course, you know, the other two rating agencies have only recently confirmed the aaa status for the netherlands and now s&p has downgraded us to aa plus. i'm disappointed by that fact. >> s&p, though, had better news for cypress. it raised the country's sovereign credit rating to b minus/b. adding that the nation's external position was improving. we'll be joined by s&p's chief sovereign ratings offer at 10:15 cet. >>> now, we have helga. let's kick off on your views of the dutch economy. the outlook is stable. how much pressure are they under? >> they are under a bit of pressure. the economy has been in a recession early this year. the government ought to deliver some further reforms. the government ought to find ways to make sure that the dutch economy is no longer prone to boom-bust cycles. all in all, it's a pretty solid economy still. >> yeah. at the end of the day, they're only one notch below germany, to p
black friday and it's not over yet. right now, tensions are high over the east china sea. u.s. and japanese planes flew into contested air space today. china scrambled fighter jets in response. we'll have the latest live from the pentagon. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm jim sciutto in washington. wolf blitzer is off today. we begin today with the markets. the dow continuing its record run. trading wrapping up just moments ago. there you see the dow finishing today's holiday shortened session, just about 16,000084. it also finishes out what has been a record breaking month dow topping to the 16,000 milestone for the first time ever. while the nasdaq is now back over 4,000. so we've got records on the dow and the nasdaq and big companies are raking in billions in profits. things seem to be great on wall street. so why aren't folks on main street feeling as confident about the economy and their own financial situation? >> zain asher has new polling numbers. you look at polls, they show our faith in the economy is shaky at best. we're seeing the markets jump
motors gives an update on the u.s. auto industry. host: good morning. a live view of the u.s. capitol as the rain continues in the east. with congress and recess this week for the thanksgiving holiday, it is a getaway wednesday as millions toward planes, trains, and drive to your destination. of the busieste travel days of the year. we want to focus on the terminals, the roads and the rail lines but carry freight and passengers. this question, is america's transportation infrastructure up to 21st-century first century standards. that is the question this morning. as always, you can join in on the conversation. you can also join us on facebook or send us an e-mail or send us a tweet. this is the headline this morning, front page of " the wall street journal" -- we want to focus on the larger issue of transportation infrastructure. earlier this month the president traveling to the port orleans, saying it is time to spend more money. >> one in nine of our bridges is rated structurally deficient. more than 40% of the major highways are congested. so is our airspace. who is sittin
sentenced to something years in prison, but that process could take months. >>> one group is using black friday as an opportunity to protest against the nation's largest retailer. nearly a dozen people were arrested including two walmart employees during this protest in chicago. hundreds of similar protests took place across the country. we're pushing for better wages and working conditions. those are the headlines. "america tonight" is up next and you can always find us on al jazeera.com. >> forget about the mall, what about shopping for tech shops. and go digital or go home. it's down to the wire for small theater owners who are still relying on old film projectors. i'll take to you the movies in maine. i'm ali velshi. this is "real money." ♪ >> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the show, so join our live conversation for the next half hour on twitter at aj real money. legend has it today is called black friday because it's the day retailer he's balance sheets went from being in the red, unprofitable, to being in the plaque, profitable. but this year's black fr
really wants to test 1800. it took 1800 on the s&p. it took us right there to 1798. you can feel the excitement, can you feel the momentum building, right? it wants to at least test it and see whether or not we're hitting real resistance. after the testimony yesterday, people are now -- bob said, it you said it, people are sure nothing is happening well into 2014. rates are low. this is the game in town. time to get in and stay in. >> stephanie, is that what you want to do here despite the big move upwards in the last six months? >> we have been putting money in over the last couple of months, but i think you definitely want to take profits when you have them. this week we sold some ford, we sold om aig, we sold a couple of different positions we made money in. but i do think whether or not the market goes higher, i think you'll continue to see a rotation into groups that benefit from the eventual taper. i actually think we'll see a taper some time in the first quarter because i think the economic data has been okay. and i think it's going to get better. it really -- we didn't re
'm elisabeth hasselbeck. 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon in the philippines. -l this morning u.s. troops are on the ground henning piece together the damage. where is the storm headed next? stay here for details. >> days after a second-term winner, new jersey governor chris christie goes on an all-out media blitz slamming the obamacare debacle. >> anybody who has run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. >> more on the jersey governor's advice for the white house. like they'll listen. >> miley cyrus sparking more controversy at another awards show. >> you know, i couldn't put this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> how her latest performance goes up in smoke. "fox & friends," new week, special day starts now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a treat on this veterans day morning. you're waking up to the hell cats. it's an ensemble of buglers and drummers from the west point band. >> some of our favorite people from one of our favorite places on one of our favorite dates, to honor those who served this great nation. >> the official nat
this weekend. that's 11 1% more than last year. we have the chief merchandising officer at toys r us. then we'll be joined from tyson's corner, a huge mall in virginia. bobby kotick will be join onning us on air. electronic items are expected to be a big seller this year especially with the launch of the xbox and the new play station consoles. coming up in the next hour, we have terry lundgren. and at 8:40 this morning, the ceo of brooks brothers. we have a packed line upof guests ready to giving us a look at the american consumer. we start with dana telsey this morning. we have heard a lot of stories about some expecting disappointment, some maybe not great retail numbers. but what do you really think is going to happen this holiday season? >> i think it's the season of insurgency. we have six fewers days between thanksgiving and christmas. look at the season started earlier than it ever did before. there are items out there for people to want, whether it's accessories and hand bags and watches. certainly electronics with all the new tablets out there. so overall, it should be a 3% to 3.5% t
mont. the storm grounded hundreds of flights in central u.s. and is threatening to do the same at the airports of new york, philadelphia and washington. joining us is randall pinkston from la guardia. miserable for those trying to get to their families. >> everyone keeps their fingers crossed. if you leave early in the morning you have a better chance of an on-time takeoff. the arrival and departure boards are showing ontime. if you are travelling along the eastern sea board, into or out of, beware of weather. >> the winter storm barrelling east disrupted travellers. >> i missed my connection for albany. i'm hyperventilating, and i'm really crazy. despite it all millions are determined to reach their destinations for thanksgiving dinner. >> wisconsin. >> iowa. >> 50% more travel during thanksgiving than any other time of the year. bad weather is the last anyone needs. >> it's never been this bad. we travel from school. >> many airports have long lines at the ticket counter and security checkpoints. depending on conditions - delays and cancellations. >> all it does is take a de
of the biggest chains have been open for hours. toys "r" us and, walmart and target opened hours ahead of the midnight start on black friday and macy's opening on thanksgiving evening for the first time in the 155 year history. the retailers want to makeup for the shorter span this year between thanksgiving and christmas and, walmart has protests with workers demanding higher pay and better working conditions and patricia is at roosevelt field in new york. sorry we do not have patricia now. we will tell you a little bit about black friday's history. thanksgiving thursday may have given black friday a run for its money this year. some of the nation's biggest chains started the holiday shopping season on thursday. kmart welcomed shoppers at 6:00 a.m., toys "r" us, target annual mart opened before the usual start on friday. retailers say they need to time because of the short span between thanksgiving and christmas and less time at the dinner table and more bargain hunting. >> i have never done this before and i think i'd rather let the employees have the night off but given that it's ope
, one of the guys was using something called a xho gun, a bit of an air pistol that doesn't have ammunition. >> why was this happen sng. >> it looks like a hate crime. asheem said there was no reason. hashim asked the guy, what are you looking at? that's when things got out of hand. >> the second gunman looked like a kid, like he was in his teens. even though we get a very clear look at both their faces, they are still out looking for them. >> it's a brand new week and we have a brand new flat screen tv to give away. >> all you need is monday's buzz word and you must be 18 and a u.s. resident. >> your chance to win a 42-inch flat screen tv. >> good luck, everybody. ♪ >>> andrew hail is known for his awkward praer awkward pranks, hugs, kisses embarrassment. he is getting into the kindness game. helping people out. >> the new trend with internet pranksters. >> i am loving this trend. what better time for this trend than here, around the holidays. a time of giving. andrew is in pleasant grove utah at a grocery store called macy's. >> congratulations. you are our free grocery custo
promiscuity. wus discussing specific -- without discussing specific individuals, it's not surprising if the u.s. government uses all of the lawful tools possible, to radicalize others to violence. julian sanchez, research fellow at the time cato institute. are you surprised that the nsa is tracking the porn habits of those it considers subversive? >> there are a couple of items that are rather surprising. the people that are identified as targets, not named in the huffington post story, appear to be people they describe as radicalizers, not terrorists or members of terror groups, the people they describe as actually having pretty minimal contact in at least three of the cases with any kind of actual violent groups, just people who are preaching radical islamist views, and so on the one hand it's disturbing that this is a tactic that would be used against people engaged in, basically, critical or antiu.s. speech but not active violence or active plotting. there's obviously a slippery slope there. when does criticism of u.s. for policy blend into radicalization? and also, you know, in the context
, and especially to jose canseco, his girlfriend, and cocoa and chanel, happy thanksgiving from us all on "the ridiculist." that does it for this edition of "360." thanks for watching. >>> crisis averted! millions of travelers making their way home for the holiday, but will the real stars of thanksgiving, the pg-rated inflatable ones, will they fly high or will they be grounded? >> a house of horrors. new details emerging. three young sisters held captive for two years. abuse from their parents. >>> are the retailers taking it too far now for black friday? happy thanksgiving to you. good morning, everybody. i'm john berman. welcome to "early start." >> i'm pam brown. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. happy thanksgiving morning. >> the worse is behind us. it is time for the prethanksgiving celebratory distance. the storm that roared across the country this week was enough to slow down traffic but not stop it. >> some airport delays along the east coast. hubs in philadelphia and new york reporting slow downs but most people made it tho their destinations with little or most half. >> the final remnant
in the oven. the butterball turkey talk line joins us with some tips for you that could save your holiday meal. and we check in with our troops stationed overseas as well on this thursday morning. but first we start off this hour for you, thanksgiving travellers may be a bit weary after their first leg of traveling to their holiday destinations, dealing with over 600 flights cancelled yesterday while millions of drivers battled heavy rain, winds and snow. yesterday's storms are now moving into canada. it should be a calm and dry day for those of you hitting the road or on the road already trying to get to some early shopping. the big question this morning will whipping winds ground those famous macy thanksgiving parade balloons? 16 giant balloons will be grounded if sustained winds top 23 miles per hour. or wind gusts hit 34 miles per hour. 15 million people as well will be watching this parade from home. bill karins joins us right now to tell us if those balloons will fly? >> great thanksgiving morning to you, richard. i've been tracking the winds in new york city. everyone wants those balloo
much for spending a little bit of time with us on this thanksgiving. and happy hanukkah, as well, to everybody celebrating there at home. lots of bookkeeping to take care of. >>> sam, meanwhile. samuel j. joining us in philadelphia this morning. right there in the middle of the oldest parade in the country. we'll talk to him in just a bit. ginger zee, meanwhile, outside in the sub arctic new york. hopefully the balloons shall fly this morning. and it is great to have paula faris, dan harris and sara haines all here this morning. happy thanksgiving. and happy hanukkah, guys. >> and thanks to everybody who tuned in to us this thanksgiving morning. >>> we have a lot to get to this morning. including lots of last-minute tips and tricks as you get ready to dig in with friends and family today. we'll let you know everything you need to know to get cooking. and sara promises to have good desserts that we can't wait to try ahead in "pop news." >> right? >> yes. i always bring food. >> josh is cooking. >> i am indeed. >>> we have a lot of weather to get to. and samuel j. all bundled up in
start. we are excited that you are here with us! >> happy black friday to all of you. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. this 29th day of november. we hope you enjoyed your family, friends, football and all of the food. >> i'm feeling pretty good. i did get my sleep. >> i didn't but happy to be here. >> now you've napped and wrapped the left joverts it's time to put your shopping shoes on. black friday is in full swing. the national retail federation says 3 million will grab their checkbooks and dust off those credit cards and head to the stores today to do a little swipy, swipy. in fact, bargain hunting has already begun. zain asher is inside macy's. zain, i wish i have would given you my credit card! you could have done some shopping for me. >> rosa, yes. we are seeing a stead stream of kers on on the ground floor in macy's. i'm told the real chaos is upstairs in women's clothing. understandable. the first time ever macy's has been open on thanksgiving night. yesterday they opened at 8:00. i'm told that 15,000 people are waiting right outside to bust down those doors to come in f
thank you, everyone, for watching. it's great to have you with us on this holiday. we have a lot more to tell you throughout the day. "around the world" starts right "around the world" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> they lined up. they camped out. and they rushed into the stores across the country. all for a deal. oh, yeah, it's black friday, the biggest shopping day of the year. >> black eye friday in some places. it's not just happening in the u.s., by the way, deals being offered in other countries, too. take the united kingdom, for example. we also saw some pretty frenzied shopper dozen anything they could for a discount there, as well. >> this is an around the world black friday. i'm hala gorani. suzanne is off today. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for being with us. we are now 12 hours into black friday, 1 hours into the official start of the holiday shopping season. well, at least it used to be the official start. >> the many stores, as we've been reporting actually opened on thanksgiving day. you would think that might have stolen some of black
are using it to evaluate job applicants. [ ♪ theme ] >>> good morning and welcome to al jazeera america. a glimmer of hope for survivors of typhoon haiyan. philippines' officials say all major roads damaged by the storm are passable. it's welcome news to relief and rescue workers who have been struggling to deliver aid since last weekend. there's a sense of urgency to get supplies out fast as conditions are worsening across the battered country. in village after village families are begging for basic necessities - some standing on the side of roads with signs saying, "please help us", turning pleas for help into looting for food, water and medicine. here is where the worst damage is - in the central philippines the devastation stretches from leyte, to tacloban, and palay. also to cebu. we have the littest -- on the latest >> so many suffering after typhoon haiyan slammed into the philippines. >> we can survive without the houses. we can sleep anywhere. we need food. >> hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the storm are desperately seeking food, water, medicine. bodies line the
now? why the rules are about to be changed when it comes to using your cell phone mid-air. the government about to lift the ban on cell phones above 10,000 feet. what it all means for your next flight. >>> hijacked on the highway. dramatic, new video just released of this terrifying ordeal on a school bus, held hostage by a mad man. the incredible chase all caught on tape. how police rescued the children with the help of a hero bus driver. >>> and waking up today a free man. michael skakel granted bail. out from behind bars for the first time after 11 years after a court overturns his conviction. his cousin, robert f. kennedy jr., joins us live this morning, only on "good morning america." >>> and we do say good morning, america, on this friday morning. and it is so appropriate to see rfk jr. here with us in times square, on this 50th anniversary of the assassination of his uncle, president john f. kennedy. there, as you see the eternal flame at arlington national cemetery. and the white house flies the flag at half-mast this morning, as well. >> the images and sounds
your thanksgiving was a great one. susie is off tonight. she'll rejoin us on monday. well, it may have been black friday at the malls, but on wall street you could have called it flat friday, markets closing at 1:00 p.m. eastern time and the major stock indexes ending the day mixed, but wall street wraps up an historic month of november with 12 record high closings for the dow. and the dow and the s&p finished this month with their eighth straight week of gains. today stocks faded just before the early closing time, but earlier in the day, the dow and the s&p, and the dow transports and the russell 2000 all hit record highs. here's a look at today's closing numbers, the dow, 11 points lower, the nasdaq up 15, now solidly above that 4,000 mark, and the s&p basically flat about 1 1/2. look at this, blue chip dow soaring 3.5%. the nasdaq was up 3.6%, and the s&p 500 up 2.8%. a good month all around. while shoppers flocked to stores on this black friday and many more headed out on the thanksgiving holiday, the early word is that the season has started out quite strongly. shares of many of
holiday weekend. >> thanks for joining us. nightly news is next. more local news at 6:00. we'll see you then. good night. the stores. the question is are the deals as good as they seem and are they worth the fight? >>> ready or not. on this night before the newest deadline for the government's health care website, what the administration is saying to all those who might try to log on. >>> the longest war. richard engel tonight with u.s. troops in afghanistan where a much-needed holiday break didn't last long and came to a sudden end. >>> and those who serve. for a job that requires heavy lifting, employers are finding it pays to turn to those who carried the load in the past. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. in some places across this country tonight it's as if someone announced we are in danger of running out of stuff and those who need stuff better buy it now because it is going away forever. it is that day on the yearly calendar when people in recovery from thanksgiving head out to be part of a massive crowd streaming through malls and stores, in some cases whipped in
stores but they're using apps to find the best deals. >> there is going to be an enormous surge in the role that apps play . >> ecommerce sells this season will hit $80 billion and a lot of that will be done on smart phones and tablets. >> app developers are figuring out how to create shopping experiences that are on par and in a lot of cases better than what you get in the store. there is an opportunity to learn more about the product, watch demo videos, what it does and how it works. >> reporter: survey shows smart phone owners have three or four shopping apps. nearly half of black friday purchases will be made on mobile devices. >> we've dean great growth, we've seen double digit growth over the last ten years. >> reporter: the consumer reports that just came out say 56% of americans don't want to set food i in a store during this shopping gleeked you've been there for many hours today. have you been talking to people? is there something obvious that they're buying or an obvious deal that they're getting? >> this is one of the most interesting things, ali. people are buying f
state police say there are no reports of injury. on the phone with us now is our own juan carlos molina. juan carlos, what can you tell us? >> well, john, we arrived at the mall just a few minutes ago. they literally turned us around and sent us to a parking lot right next to the mall. but they have the whole parking lot area near nordstrom on lock down. they are searching for somebody stills inside the building. happened around 9:30 a.m. shots fired near 9:30 near the nordstrom's shopping store inside the mall. they started bringing people out, evacuating people out. they have reports of the swat team is here, there is also a bomb squad here. we're assuming that these are ought preventive measures. -- all preventative measures. reports of one man, with armed with at least a rifle and possibly wearing black clothing, possibly wearing body armor. right now information is very sketchy coming out. but they are bringing people out of the mall and trying to keep people from going back into the mall. parts of the mall were starting to close but there are still restaurants and there's a movie
-called terrorist threats. now we see the catch-all an around chris being used a lot -- anarchist being used a lot years after the animal rights activists this 2005 were deemed top domestic terrorism threats. now it's anarchist. i was at the republican national convention in florida the year before last, and the police issued -- or the fbi issued a report of an anarchist threat because on top of the building there was some graffiti near, i guess, where some of the delegates were and a brick. and so taken alone and even though there were very few protesters there, they issued a report, the media carried it, and it continues to perpetuate negative stereotypes about individuals who are merely, in cases, exercising their first amendment rights but are being deemed because they question the status quo and corporate or government policies, they're now called anarchists. but the labeling is very real because, as you know, that can be used to stigmatize, alienate groups and even in the case of animal rights activists create federal legislation. the animal enterprise terrorism act that in many cases punish
. >> thank you. >> thanks for having me. >> it was very interesting. >>> that does it for us today. make sure you join us tomorrow. right now it is time for "squawk on the street." >> welcome to "squawk on the street". first breaking news on the treasury and gm. >> thanks, carl. treasury anticipates exiting the controversial general motors investment. it will do so by the end of 2013. it's launching its plan to sell the remaining 31.1 million gm shares. it has recouped about 39 billion from the 49 billion it invested. that would be at today's share price if it sold the shares for 1.1 billion dollar gain. it is announcing that it sold the last 70 million shares that it announced a couple of weeks ago. finally with all said and done would recoup about $431 billion of the 421. that is about a 10 billion dollar gain on all other things out there. so i guess bringing history to an end here where treasury will leave or exit the general motors once the biggest auto maker in america. certainly one of the biggest. >> certainly profitable as they point out, talking about 340,000 new auto jobs created f
international correspondent will join us with more on this story in just about 30 minutes. then we'll be talking oil with an energy policy analyst as well. brian, i'll send it over to you. >> becky, thank you very much. it is a big morning here. while we get a check on the broader markets because we have a global melt up. futures indicating a higher open for futures stocks. andrew told you at the top we're on a lucky seven week streak. everything in europe is higher. all the major indexes are on the rise led by germany which is up just under 1%. japan continues to rock. they're leading the way in asia this morning. the nikkei 2.25. they are now up 50% year to date. china not participating. the hang seng and the shanghai down. 10 year treasury note still hovering around 2.75%. the yield is up. the bond is down. the dollar is little changed against the euro. about $1.35 per euro. and gold down 1%. guys, the story is certainly the stock market weakening. japan continues to kick tail. good year. >> becky quick tweeting at 4:00 a.m. this morning? >> i'm not sure. >> it was early. well, a line from a
confrontation. fighters jets take to the sky after u.s. military planes enter disputed territory. can tension be defused before the crisis escalates? >>> international nightmare. an american man arrested and jailed in dubai on shocking charges. what was his alleged crime? >>> and biden in 2016. some say the vice president is positioning himself for his own white house bid, but will he really run? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto. you're in "the situation room." >>> long simmering tension over disputed territory has suddenly heated up. china's military scrambled fighter jets today after u.s. and japanese planes entered an air defense zone beijing unilaterally declared just last week. it's over the east china sea in a cluster of small uninhabited islands claimed by both china and japan. cnn pentagon correspondent barbara starr is following developments for us. barbara, we had china declare the zone, u.s. planes flew through it, china warned again, u.s. planes flew through again. what's to keep this from escalatin escalating? >> reporter: right now, joe biden. the vice president is hea
. don't sell yourself short. thank you so much. the activist groups are wal-mart plans to use this to protest in support over big box store workers. 50 demonstrations are planned across the country. we will dig into a little more what these activists want. we will have an interview with the executive director of jobs with justice. the obama administration is less than 24 hours away from one of the biggest deadlines in the president's second term. the senior economic adviser of healthcare.gov ficker, he told the country that the vast majority of users would have a smooth experience on the enrollment by the end of november. that deadline is just about here. tomorrow is deadline day. will there be good headline or more headaches? the house budget committee joins us now. good morning to you. do you have insights and inside information as to what we can expect tomorrow? >> good morning to you. i don't have inside information, but the president had a teamworking on this almost nonstop and made assurances that the vast majority will access the website. let's hope that's the case. we
the administration has not broken down asking whether it would get us a breakdown for accurate numbers of whi take more time to calculate. so that first bit of numbers is disappointing on the federal level but what they have been saying over the last couple of weeks that the administration has said they have the web site problems have been lowering expectations saying that the web site problems are to blame. when you consider 27 million visitors the 26,000 is that because of the technical problem or because it costs too much? we don't know that. gerri: something that mystified me was what secretary sebelius said that the general public does not get to hear this but she was asked when will it be working like the amazon or google and she said it will be working for the vast majority by the end of the month. what does that mean? >> if you look at the administration and answers that is the caveat because that is for the vast marity on top of that with did ministration is saying is they expect there on target but a couple of months ago we heard upon target october 1st. [laughter] gerri: we appreciate y
they said goodbye to a life too soon. >> just after midnight on monday, goodwin, who used a wheelchair was hit and killed at market street and octavia. this intersection has a reputation for accidents. between 2009 and 2011, there were 30 collisions, the highest rate in the city. >> that say crazy one, people trying to get on the freeway, bikers are in danger over there, everyone is in danger. >> the day goodwin died right turn cameras went active. >> feeling safer because they have cameras. >> reporter: cameras would not have prevented goodwin's death. the vehicle that hit him was going straight from octavia to the freeway. other notorious intersections are getting pedestrian-friendly facelifts too, three blocks of 6th street from market to howard have new red buffer zones meant to extend the sidewalk and give pedestrians a jump on traffic. >> they will run you over. they have no regard for us. >> reporter: pedestrians, scooters bikes, vehicles there is an electric traffic mix on san francisco interests and one wish from someone who knows how treacherous navigating them can be. >>
a pleasure. >> make sure you join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good monday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer live at the new york stock exchange. david faber is off. given this news out of walmart, we are going to get him on the phone. company veteran, dug mcmillon will succeed steve duke. you were just talking with andrew about why you would do this days before the holiday season would start and why mike duke is leaving years before expected. >> he hasn't been there but since 2009. his predecessor, lee scott, 2000 to 2009. it seems like a shortened period. also, as someone who follows retail closely, this is not the time to change horses, so to speak. at the same time, i am sure this company will, without a doubt, say it is seamless. i want to hear from david, that there is nothing pertinent that would make it so this seems wrong. i don't think it is right. >> david, you do know mcmillon well. what can you tell us? >> i spent a good amount of time doing our last document on walmart, which has to be about five y
is a miracle. they will all join us live this hour. >> from a burning car to a football free fall and a retired marine comes to the rescue. >> had both arms out and then the procedure was once she hit, i'd lock her so she wouldn't bounce. >> why he says he's no hero. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ >> wake up, people. it's tuesday of thanksgiving week. but because so many people are up thursday and friday, even though it is tuesday, it feels like wednesday. then tomorrow wednesday is going to feel like friday because a lot of people won't work. >> nonstop because i've been cooking the turkey. i'm just ramming the stuffing right up the hole this week, yesterday. >> is that what you call it? >> yeah. just pakistan kel some -- just spackle some stouffer's in there and we're all ready for thursday. >> leftovers. >> i'll give you pictures. >> great. >> we have a lot to be thankful for this thanksgiving week and i'm sure you feel the same way. but i'm going to tell you a little bit about something you're probably going to be worried about. and that is thi
complicated by a strong storm bringing wind, rain, and snow to much of the u.s. this is western michigan, near grand rapids, heavy snow, poor visibility, and dangerous driving conditions. and salt trucks are trying to keep ahead of the game in western pennsylvania where winter storm warnings are up in some areas. and here's flight tracker showing planes flying over the u.s. right now. the bright spot here, only a few cancellations so far today. delays of one to two hours are the bigger problem for many flyers. our correspondents are covering all of the angles of the story. we're going to begin with meteorologist chad myers in the cnn severe weather center. things could get much worse tonight? >> we're starting to see the delays build. they're not going away. they're starting to get to that -- remember tom foreman's piece yesterday, the tumble effect. all of a sudden, one delay builds on the next. if the plane coming into the gate is 60 minutes late, you're guaranteed to be 60 minutes late. 6,300 planes still in the sky right now. and on the east coast, very, very few are on time. i would say l
for. >> when i was in the hospital, everyday my parents would visit and brings us stacks of cards this high and most of them were from total strangers and it is really neat just knowing that like there is total strangers who are like care about you. >> sasha has no plan to ride the bus alone ever again. >> as anything, the attack has made sasha stronger. >> i am going to keep on wearing a skirt, i am not going to give up >> the fleischman's family now trying to get back to normal and reestablishing a routine that includes changing sasha's bandages every morning. the 16-year-old told them of the attacker, he said she set sasha on fire because of homo foe i can. phobic. >> it was a really dumb thing he did i mean setting someone's clothes on fire, you should be able to realize that that's not a funny prank. >> the 16-year-old charged with setting sasha fleishchman on fire is richard -- he's charged with hate crime and sasha and sasha's parents want to see him trial as juvenile. >>> new tonight for those that's going out o roads. this is bone, he was hit by a drunk driver this aftern
above 50. >> weiss. >> boeing. buy it go long. >> that's all for us. great rest of the day. power starts now. >> "halftime" is over and "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts right now. >> scott, thank you very much. it has been a good year for stocks, but is a pullback inevitable? lots of people think it may well be. we're going to take a look at whether shorting stocks right now is the way to go. jc penney moving higher. a lot of people have been short that one but it is up since its lows by about 50%. higher after its earnings release. we'll do bait whether it is worth your investment dollar from the lows up now more than 50%. that doesn't get you hold, not by long shot. amazon, quietly expanding its private label business. we're going to discuss whether this is good or bad for its bottom line and how will they compete in the private label wars? my partner sue on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> hi, ty. thanks. the dow and s&p are hovering near their record levels. caught up on where the market stands. the dow jones industrial average up about 20 point
feel forced to defy the u.s. and strike iran on its own? and the one thing this deal is doing, it's getting the obama health care failure off the front pages, at least for now. but new revelations about the disastrous healthcare.gov are coming to life this evening and they do not bode well for the future of the entire program. all the stories and more on the "kudlow report" starting right now. >>> good evening. i'm michelle caruso-cabrera in tonight for larry kudlow, and this is "the kudlow report." despite continued white house optimism tonight for the new deal to curb iran's nuclear program, skeptics are not letting up, even harry reid says more sanctions may be needed instead. nbc's steve handelsman joins us now with the details. steve? >> reporter: michelle, thanks. here in washington a lot of senators in both political parties say they're ready to vote like the house already has for tougher sanctions. but president obama is asking them, and when he spoke today to israel's benjamin netanyahu, he also presumably asked the hard-line israeli leader give me six more months to see
'll have a retail season that will be extended. >> thank you for joining us. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." >>> good morning and welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm david faber with kayla tausche. it's bring your kid to work day on what lab shortened trading day for the markets. the stock market will close at 1:00 p.m., the bond market i believe at 2:00 p.m. we are poised at what would seem a higher open. we're not going to get a lot of hours of trading in. as in for the 10-year note yield, let's take a look and see where we are. there it is. 27.66. and we'll go to the map in europe where i can never figure out the geography. >> you know the boot is italy. >> i know the boot is italy and i can pick up russia. our road map here back in the united states starts with what else, retail. millions of shoppers, yes, millions hitting the stores for black friday. we'll go live to say how sales are going. brian? >> the markets are open today for an abbreviated trading session and we are poised to open at record highs again, which will be about the 40th time this year. i
in 2018. about $200 million of the proceeds will be used for the stock buyback. shares rising on the news in after hours trading. ceo marissa mayer speaking at its salesforce.com meeting last evening. >> we don't think we're treating ours as mobile first. when you look at what's happening with the mobile trend overall in our industry, it's clear that it is a -- and you can ride it through the invention. yahoo! like many companies, has to constantly reinvent itself. the scary part about reinvention is it happens with platform shift. >> there's a little bit of financial industry news for you this morning. jpmorgan holding a conference call with analysts after yesterday's announcement with that mortgage settlement with the government. jamie dimon explaining that most of the toxic numbers were inherited. >> bear stearns, did not had not happened that way, it was a house on fire. it was imploding. we did it because we had to. we never expected this to happen. >> pete williams caught up with attorney general eric holder, talked about the government settlement. >> one of the things that we worke
. jessica shankelman, we appreciate your joining us. >>> the u.n. conversation that that -- conference that has failed to address, environmentalists, published an open letter, it read in partly, "continued operation to nuclear powerspower power threatens, safer nuclear power systems. for more i'm joined by michael shellenberger, michael great to have you back. i want to start by asking you tell us who these four scientists are and why is this letter important? >> well, the climate executive vice president who is the most famous is dr. james hansen, a former nasa climate scientist. he is the scientist who brought the world's attention to global warming, along with al gore who he has been close with over the last couple of decades. the others are well regarded in their own right, dr. tom wigley, the most cited climate scientists, dr. kerrie emanuel, an expert in global warming and hurricanes and dr. ken cordera, what happens to the oceans when they're forced to absorb so much more carbon. >> this year global carbon emissions are supposed to hit a record 36 billion tons. china leads the w
spoke to us in that time past with a vitality and sense of purpose such that we have never heard before. >>> there are signs that there may soon be deals over iran's nuclear program. talks are down to the last few moments. secretary of state john kerry has gone to geneva to attend the talks personally. >>> wall street has set no signs of losin losing system. the 40 time this year that wall street has set an all time high. strongest time historically for stocks. those are the headlines. consider this with antonio mora is up next and remember you can always get the latest news on aljazeera.com. >> as the world's environmentalists close a contentious conference in warsaw, combating climate change, how were the cases of 6,000 reportedly abused children ignored? plus 50 years after jfk's assassination we'll look back at his life through pictures from kitty kelly. >>> we'll enter the tiny house movement. hello i'm antonio mora. welcome to consider this. we begin with climate change and nuclear power. warsaw, poland, after two weeks of talks, division from industrial powers and developing nati
way to work this morning, it is going to be a bit of a mess. reynolds wolf will join us from the weather channel in just a moment. you look good. >>> the dow and the s&p hitting highs before losing in the final minutes of trading. and how about the nasdaq? the tech heavy index closed above 4,000 for the first time yesterday in 17 years. managed to hold on, close at 4,017. take all this together, you consider the thanksgiving holiday that's coming up and take a look at the futures this morning. you'll see the futures are indicated higher. those dow futures up by 35 po s points. nasdaq up by 3 points above fair value. at 8:30 eastern time this morning, we get weekly jobless claims and october durable goods. coming up at 9:45, we've got chicago pmi. also on the agenda, we have consumer sentiment and the leading economic indicators. >> now for it all -- oh, i thought i was going to see it because i historically have done corporate news. >> they changed it in the final minute. >> they changed it recognizing -- >> because of the script. >> i know. >> the choppers were grounded? >>
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